Ground Rice Balls “Aggala” - Guest post for Vegetarian Tastebuds

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It's no myth that blogosphere has so many wonderful things to offer.Recipes that has amazing and an uncommon list of ingredients to the mouthwatering and saliva drooping food photos,you name it,you got it all. The most wonderful thing that offers, according to me is the hand of friendship. 
Isn't it amazing to find a friend who has the same tastes,similar opinions towards life and above all, blogs to discuss about ? We could go on for hours chatting. 
I met Raji online through the Fooderati Arabia and met in person at one of the foodie tours around Dubai. We clicked off immediately. She is this warm,friendly,down to earth person. And we have some meet ups planned and I'm sure we're going to enjoy it. 

You can meet Raji on her delightful vegetarian blog, Vegetarian Tastebuds. Make sure to follow her on Facebook and Twitter too.

When Raji asked me to do a guest post on her blog, I planned to do a snack well known to me while I was growing up. It's called "Aggala" in local language. It's a healthy satisfying snack with no sugar unless you want to. Furthermore,it has only a handful of ingredients. Check the post at Raji's site,Vegetarian Tastebuds.

19 comments

  1. The pics are stunning. Its making me hungry

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  2. Beautiful recipe and stunning pictures.... !! You have nailed it friend:)

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  3. Love the clay pots. Where did you buy them?

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  4. Hi,I just stumbled here and really enjoyed your blog..Keep it going.You are an inspiration!

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    1. Thanks very much,Sue. I'm really flattered (blushing)

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  5. Wow Farwin!!! Simply stunning snaps... Loved them :)

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  6. I love the earthen pots in the pics. I have similar looking cups, wish I had the whole set now.

    indu@ indugetscooking.blogspot.com

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    1. The moment I saw these I wanted them. Got a good bargain for them too..

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  7. Hi Farwin,

    I saw your guest post on Raji's blog and that's how I found your blog. :) The pictures are absolutely breathtaking and the recipe is equally intriguing. Looking at those pictures, I'm jealous you didn't guest post on my blog. :D I'm from northern Sri Lanka btw, currently residing in Sweden.

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  8. Stunning photos.. and I am hopping over to Raji's
    psss... I so love the 'teaset' too ;)

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  9. i love the tea set, so pretty! highlights the simple dish so well

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  10. Love the props you used and the photos are beautiful. Never had rice balls but it sounds lovely .. should give it a try!

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  11. I have only recently found your blog and WOW, I love it. Your recipes are completely new to me and look so tasty. I will definitely be trying some of them out.

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  12. Your recipes are incredible.
    You should go on YaDig and write your reviews on the places you’ve eaten at in the UAE since you know a lot about flavor and food. You could win 35,000AED+ in prizes this Ramadan for reviewing businesses on YaDig! Local service companies, spas, gyms, hotels, night clubs, coffee shops and more!! It’s pretty cool you should check it out and let all your friends know too! http://www.yadig.com/competition.aspx

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  13. has anyone tried this recipe?

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